Raphinha set to join Barca from Leeds – Lewandowski next?

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Raphinha set to join Barca from Leeds – Lewandowski next?


Agreement reached 

Barcelona have reached an agreement to sign Brazilian winger Raphinha. Italian football expert Fabrizio Romano reported on Tuesday that Barcelona have come to terms with Leeds United to sign the 25-year-old right-winger. According to Romano, Barca are set to pay a flat fee of €58 million and €10 million in performance-based add-ons. The transfer is set to go through once Barcelona have registered the player with LaLiga. 

In Raphinha, Barcelona have taken one of the most sought-after wingers off the transfer board. The Brazilian national team winger was also linked with a move to Chelsea, who have recently eyed up Bayern’s Serge Gnabry as an alternative. Once completed, Raphinha will become the most expensive departure in Leeds United’s history, breaking a record set this month by Kalvin Phillips—the midfielder has joined Manchester City (overview). 

At Barca, Raphinha is set to become the third major transfer this summer. The LaLiga club has previously signed Franck Kessié (Milan), and Andreas Christensen (Chelsea) on free transfers. 

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Willian – 2020 – Market value: €22.5M

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Chelsea to Arsenal

Thomas Meunier – 2020 – Market value: €24M

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PSG to Borussia Dortmund

Dele Alli – 2022 – Market value: €25M

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From Tottenham to Everton

Lorenzo Insigne – 2022 – Market value: €25M

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From Napoli to Toronto FC

Sergio Agüero – 2021 – Market value: €25M

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Man City to FC Barcelona

Ander Herrera – 2019 – Market value: €25M

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Man United to PSG

Georginio Wijnaldum – 2021 – Market value: €30M

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Liverpool to PSG

Santi Mina – 2019 – Market value: €30M

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Valencia to Vigo

Emre Can – 2018 – Market value: €30M

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Liverpool to Juventus

James Rodríguez – 2020 – Market value: €32M

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Real Madrid to Everton

Niklas Süle – 2022 – Market value €35M

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Bayern to Borussia Dortmund

Andreas Christensen – 2022 – Market value: €35M

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Chelsea to FC Barcelona

Paulo Dybala – 2022 – Market value €35M

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Juventus to ?

Hakan Calhanoglu – 2021 – Market value: €35M

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AC Milan to Inter Milan

Adrien Rabiot – 2019 – Market value: €35M

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PSG to Juventus

Michael Ballack – 2006 – Market value: €35M

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Bayern Munich to Chelsea

Antonio Rüdiger – 2022 – Market value: €40M

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Chelsea to Real Madrid

Aaron Ramsey – 2019 – Market value: €40M

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Arsenal to Juventus

Leon Goretzka – 2018 – Market value: €40M

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Schalke to Bayern Munich

Stefan de Vrij – 2018 – Market value: €40M

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Lazio to Inter Milan

Franck Kessié – 2022 – Market value €45M

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AC Milan to FC Barcelona

Memphis Depay – 2021 – Market value: €45M

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Olympique Lyon to FC Barcelona

Paul Pogba – 2022 – Market value €48M

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Man United to Juventus

Robert Lewandowski – 2014 – Market value: €50M

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Borussia Dortmund to Bayern Munich

David Alaba – 2021 – Market value: €55M

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Bayern Munich to Real Madrid

Gianluigi Donnarumma – 2021 – Market value: €60M

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AC Milan to PSG

Lionel Messi – 2021 – Market value: €80M

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FC Barcelona to PSG

Raphinha set to arrive at Barca – Lewandowski next?

The Barcelona bosses are also hopeful of finding some sort of resolution when it comes to signing Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich. The Catalans have been in contact with the Rekordmeister, and Bayern’s stance has softened. The Bundesliga club has set two soft deadlines: the team presentation this upcoming Saturday and then the US Tour, which starts next Monday. 




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